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. profits are the mother's milk of stocks and theorizing. >>> you saw it last night. get this. beyonce met solyndra in new orleans. the greenest super bowl in history delivered a 35-minute power outage. who will take the rap? "the kudlow report" begins right now. >>> first up tonight republicans lost big last november. now they're trying to come up with a new unified branding message. here's karl rove declaring war against the tea party. heck, why not a firing squad? it might be easier. it might be cheaper. i don't get this at all. here now with the story, cnbc contributor robert costa from the national review. robert, what is this? what's going on here? >> it's a big story, larry. karl rove one of the top republican strategists in the country is upset with republican primary voters. he looks at 2010, 2012. he thinks republicans are nominating poor candidates. what he's doing with the super pac is trying to pick better candidates beyond primaries and make the beltway crowd pick nominees and a support them. >> that's a great idea. let the beltway crowd pick them like they have had a good ru
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was in that movie, right? >> oh, man, that kind of morning. 50 minutes past the hour. and beyonce says read my lips. ♪ was still there >> oh, yes, girl. she can sing, huh? >> a week and a half late. her loud and proud answer to the lip syncing controversy. any questions? live to the big easy next. >>> welcome back to "early start." beyonce's star-spangled response to the controversy over her lip syncing. beyonce, headlining sunday's super bowl halftime show, answered her critics like this in song. carlos diaz actually witnessed it live. he is in new orleans this morning. no lip syncing, right? >> reporter: no. zoraida, i covered hollywood for roughly a decade for "extra" before coming to cnn. yesterday, beyonce provided with me by far the coolest moment i have ever seen when it comes to celebrities in hollywood. basically, here we, we're the press, we're ready to go. come on, beyonce, come on out, we're going to pepper you. and she's like, you know what? let me sing it. here you go. ♪ and the home of the brave the brave ♪ any questions? >> let me just say what everyone is thinking. that was t
, the advertisers and the fierce beyonce. good morning to you. welcome to "early start". i >> it was a long, long night. >> i didn't watch the whole thing. >> every last bit. >> i just wanted to get the half-time show. >> that was something. >> that was great too. >> this is what happened when a football game meets the twilight zone. first, the football. ravens nearly blowing a 22-point lead. they were this close to blowing it. somehow they held off the san francisco 49ers who had four shots to win it at the end of the game. the final score was 34-31. that was the football side of it. you could say the whole thing was overshadowed. the lights went out. a 34-minute power outage put the whole super bowl on hold. carlos diaz was at the game. he is back in new orleans where the power is back o. what on earth went on? that was one of the most bizarre things we have seen. >> we went from blowout, blackout to shoot-out in just a matter of a few minutes in new orleans. it's a situation where everything post 9/11 happens in a major city like superdome you have to start asking questions. there was no terro
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the obliteration of the line between news and entertainment. that's why there was more attention to beyonce was she lip-synching or not than to perhaps some of the issues and policies in the president's inaugural address or kim kardashian's baby bump. those kinds of issues take too much of our time when we should be talking about the crises facing our country. and too often the beltway media follows power, doesn't raise the tough questions that people in a democracy deserve to hear. we need to learn more about what is going on with the gun debate. and, by the way, the president going to minneapolis i think is very important because he needs to get outside of d.c. and press his message, as he did in las vegas with immigration, as he did today in minneapolis. a city which has seen a drop of youth gun violence by 41%. and those optics of law enforcement behind him. he knows he needs to do what he didn't do effectively as much post-2008. get out of the beltway. >> that's where he is most effective, there is no question about that. but here we are on the verge of trying to get something done. and the me
. i'd go under. whether jay-z will join beyonce at halftime. if you're jay-z and you know you're going to be joining your wife, wouldn't you put a million dollars down on that. you can also bet how many times jack harbaugh, the father of jim and john will be shown on tv. you can bet on the length of the handshake at the end of the game. bets galore for the game. >> my goodness. you really can bet on anything. carlos diaz, good to see you. enjoy the game. >> thank you. >> part of the super bowl has been celebrating games and that means heroes and the hall of fame. seven new ones, former new york giants coach bill parcells, warren zap, larry allen, curley culp and former defensive tackle jonathan ogden. >>> 2010 may have forever changed the lives of chris reese and his father mike. they will join me live. they will talk about how that moment helped repair the relationship after mike's addiction to sex and alcohol had torn them apart. [ wind howls ] [ dog barks ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] something powerful is coming. ♪ see it in the fourth quarter. ♪ officewith an online package new
confession. >> and sink or swim, beyonce and the halftime show. someone is bound to ask will it be live. welcome back. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm john berman. it's january 31st, 31 minutes past the hour. we're talking about the weather that massive 1,000 mile long line of violent and deadly storms is on the move. it's now targeting the east coast. tornadoes, strong winds, flooding all threatening the south up to new england. the front has already led to a staggering 400 reports of severe wind and 20 tornados over two days stretching from texas to pennsylvania. the hardest hit area is in georgia, 60 miles north of atlanta. one person was killed there. the storm damaged a hotel and manufacturing plant. it was so violent that workers at the plant were forced to take cover in a kitchen and bathroom. miguel marquez is surveying the damage and cleanup. we see all kinds of debris behind you. have they made progress in cleaning up? >> they have. there were all kinds of cars flipped. i-75 is not far from here. there were cars everywhere along this area. they were able to get all those cars off
into the superdome. i'm blaming all this on beyonce's half time performance. she must be a san francisco fan. i know she's from houston. but that's the cause of that because as you say, after that half time performance it went all down hill for baltimore. i'll tell you something else. they are very lucky, there was not a riot in that stadium. it was 35 minutes. i was in that dome, if it had lasted another four or five minutes people were about to lose their freaking minds. >> it's not over yet. i would hope -- i'll tell anyone within the sound of my voice, and i am praying and hoping that everyone remains calm, but if this game turns out to go the other way, people are going to be ticked off. i want to say another word, you know what i mean for ticked off. quite honestly, i was hoping the ravens would win tonight. when i saw this, i said, wait a minute, momentum has changed. the lights go out, what does it mean for the superdome, what does this mean for new orleans? will they ever get another game? >> yeah, well, here's the other factor, is that in the beginning of the blackout, the fans were taking
the black out and the issue of gay rights. we're going to talk about beyonce and ray louis who said it's nice to go out as a champion with my children sitting here. terrence, you there? >> reporter: yes i am. you're asking me about ray louis. there's nobody else on tv but me and you now. >> reporter: people need to leave many man alone. he is a guy who has said i screwed up. he is a guy that said i'm going to spend the rest of my life telling young people and people in general that i made these mistakes. you don't make these mistakes. now that he's a word champion he's got more ears. he has more people to give this message too. this should be great story. we should celebrate this story. not continue to ridicule this guy for something that he allegedly did and has been proven innocent of. >> i'm not a sports guy. i was working in philadelphia when this happened. was ray louis acquitted? did he take a plea deal? what happened? >> reporter: well, it was a plea. >> he plead out obstruction of justice. >> reporter: right. the matter is he was not found guilty of murder. >> of anything. list
is about that and kelly clarkson performing on sunday night reinaugurated with beyonce, back stage they'll probably run into each other. beyonce is not going to be performing, carol, she'll be presenting along with jennifer lopez and prince. quite frankly i think she deserves a weekend off after performing at the super bowl. >> maybe so. i thought for a moment you were going to say chris brown was going to perform with rihanna. that would have been something. >> that was something that was actually running around, and we have to now go back and confirm whether or not that's going to happen but that was breaking some news just last week. >> interesting. >> you never know what the grammy awards, always a good show on cbs from the staples center in los angeles sunday. >> a.j., thank you. a.j. will be back with us next hour for more showbiz headlines. he has details on a new app that will allow to you see the new "star trek" movie two days before it hits the theaters. >>> you might have to cut back on driving but chances are gas prices still took a bigger portion of your paycheck in 2012. i
performance at the super bowl, beyonce is likely off to new york city to make cold hard cash. more of it, for just sitting? that's right. i said sitting. new york's fashion week starts wednesday. the a-list stars like beyonce and gwyneth paltrow, get thousands of to sit in the front row. they look like they're having fun? melissa: no they look bored. lori: stars like jessica biel and a leash is a keys can rake in 60 grand for a 15 minute show. other stars can take home 10,000. what do you think?. >>? melissa: i think they list them, a, b, c, d, list. how do you move up the strata? very hard for me to think that beyonce would show up for $100,000. pepsi is paying her $50 million. she is pretty busy. the whole inauguration -- part of that whole 50 billion thing with pepsi. lori: got it. melissa: will she really show? i don't think she will get out of bed for $100,000. you pay taxes on that. $10,000 a day. i don't get out of bed for less than --. lori: linda evangelista. here is my angry list? do you have an angry list? melissa: i love that. never compete with that. that's fabulous. what do
. and some say beyonce sucked up so much energy that there was a problem. but basically, there was some sort of power surge and an automatic breakerer kicked in. when that happens, it takes time to restart because the generators kick in and you have to transform back to electrical. so it took 4 the minutes and the game was totally different. >> was there a sense of calm during the darkness? >> that's another great issue. everyone pretty much stayed in these seats and tweeted. >> my favorite tweet, by the way, was in hindsight, maybe installing the clapper was a bad idea. >> and maybe, you know, when jim was behind as a kid, he smacked out the lights. i saved and rete teetweeted a bf different things on it. and we'll get into ads later, oro did you can even dunk in the dark. they had it out there immediately. and you saw the audi one where they said this was a mercedes problem? >> and the bottom line is, san francisco made it all the way back, had basically first and goal to take the lead and did not score. if san francisco had won the game, this would be a much different conversation. >> did
caused that 34 minute delay, blackout at the superdome . you cannot blame beyonce a. the high-powered halftime show was absolutely not the cause of the power outage, which did not just up the game but delayed commercials which made all the ad watches really mad. that list compiled is a nest of five. the first of two. >> you have been the reason we push on. half the battle is just knowing this is half the battle. because when you are home we are more than a family. we are a nation. gerri: that gives you gills, doesn't it? number four, a personal favorite, the reid does that. ♪ >> daddy, can you help? >> i would love to, but there outside waiting for me. >> i have doritos to. >> he can still hold us. ♪ gerri: you have to love that. number three, chrysler scoring big with another top ad featuring its ran track. >> god looked down on his planned paradise and said i needed caretaker, so god made a farmer. god said i need somebody willing ted get up before dawn, work all day in the field, eat supper and get this town and state past midnight and the school board meeting, submit a
's beyonce. forget about that. thanks. earlier we showed you the top five super bowl commercials of all time according to add reader. this one from 93 featuring basketball legends michael jordan and larry bird playing, well, a ridiculous game of worse to see who gets a big mac was number one. we wanted to know what you think as you descend in your picks for the best commercial, and then make a tonight's top five. number five, as the chris commercial from 2010 think featuring america's sweetheart. >> the been riding the odd game. >> you're playing like betty white out there. >> s what your girlfriend said. >> he does necker's. better? gerri: that had to hurt. member for, a 2011 folks like a commercial that was shorts a warm your heart. ♪ ♪ gerri: that is adorable. number three was from ten years ago, an ad from budweiser. ♪ >> this referee is a jackass. i believe that is a zebra. gerri: and number two, the clydesdales more popular among our viewers, an ad from 2008. ♪ ♪ gerri: and the number one super bowl ad of all time, this according to our viewers, once again, comes from budweis
possibility of the year. it's something to think about in the final year here. >> beyonce was that hot the lights went out. what's behind today's moves lower are the earnings and the fundamentals behind this economy actually do not justify this incredible run for this market. we're going to hear both sides coming up on "the closing bell." >> we will. plus a realtime check on clorox's company earnings. they're up br thnt and sitting at its all-time high right now. >>> let's check the markets for you. dow down about 99 points. off of the lows which were about 2:30 or so. 30 minutes ago on the industrial average. now back to 13,910. check the nasdaq composite where it's down about 37 points. and the s&p 500 looks like this with a decline on the session of just about 13 points. >> okay. so in today's selloff we're backing away from the all-time high on the dow set back in '07. we have danny hughes back with us from devine capital. michael holland as i live and breathe. >> blast from the past. >> mike shay from direct access on the floor with us. and our own rick santelli is in chicago. mic
big names in hollywood in 2012. people like eva longoria, george clooney, jay-z, beyonce, leonardo dicaprio, salma hayek, alec baldwin, but can hollywood heavyweights help change votes? politics has been inescapable. shows like "political animals," "veep," "the good wife," "house of cards," "1600 penn," and one of the earliest and best, maybe the best of them all, "west wing." >> apparently i have arranged for an honor guard for somebody. >> yes, sir, i'm sorry. >> no, no. just tell me, is there anything else i've arranged for? we're still in nato, right? >> yes, sir. >> what's going on? >> a homeless man died last night, a korean war veteran who was wearing a coat i gave to the good will. it had my card in it. an hour and 20 minutes for the ambulance to get there. a lance corporal united states marine corps. i got better treatment. >> if we start pulling strings like this you don't think every homeless veteran will come out of the woodwork? >> i can only hope, sir. >> here from "west wing", the emmy award winning actor richard shipp. the great thing about "west wing", it was romantic
wondering, both smg and the commissioner said beyonce's halftime show had absolutely nothing to do with it. >>> all right, in a press conference with french president francois hollande, vice president biden says he supports france's action in mali. the air force tells us that as of yesterday, u.s. c-17s have flown into mali, transporting 760 people and tons of equipment to french troops. france has been heavily involved in ousting the islamist rebels from key malian cities. today, ox fam said many food traders fled the region as the french troops advanced, causing food prices to rise as much as 20%. >>> iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad joked today that he would be willing to be the first man iranians sent into space. it came after their news agency said the country had successfully sent a monkey into orbit. you may remember that story, but john mccain got involved in this. he got onto the twitter and said, quote, so ahmadinejad wants to be the first iranian in space. wasn't he just there last week? i can warn you, calling people monkeys can be problematic. after receiving some critici
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everyone, pageantry, beyonce bringing the house down with her halftime show and, oh, yeah, the football show, too. baltimore ravens won big over the san francisco 49ers when the lights went out in the new orleans superdome. you can see the reaction from people there on the field until you can't. it led to a 34-minute delay. extraordinary. officials say an abnormalities caused the power system to automatically shut down. when play resumed, the 49ers had a chance to take the lead late, but failed to score a fourth and goal. baltimore holds on winning, 34-31 for the second super bowl title in its team's history. we'll have more about the other part of the game. the super bowl ads, just who are the winners and losers in the next half hour. but first, sorry to do this, we have to talk politics. >>> president obama says more tax revenue will be needed to help reduce the deficit. he'll push to get rid of loopholes such as the carried interest tax break enjoyed by private equity firms and hedge funds. >> i don't think the issue right now is raising rates. the question is, if we're going to be s
. it was 113 million last year. i expect 117 million this year. beyonce is doing it. had great performances leading up to it the promote the halftime show. that makes pepsi the sponsor very happy. melissa: the controversy surrounding the inauguration. that will help viewership. people will watch to see if she is really singing. does it make the difference the teams playing? does the ravens and the niners make it a game to be more likely watched in big markets, not? how does that change things? >> i don't think it is the markets necessarily than the dynamics of the teal. you have brothers competing as coaches against one another. ray lewis, the linebacker of the ravens. this is his lags year. he is obviously a ha of fame player. a lot of people want to see him go out with a win. colin kaepernick, the quarterback of the 49ers who has been sensational down the stretch. that will be a lot of buzz around the game and that will get more people to watch that aren't die-hard football fans. melissa: is there a way to fumble this? if you do a terrible ad is thatted about idea for sponsors? >> think t
? charles: beyonce wouldn't sing the national anthem. that is an example. people don't take risks under this administration. >> at the craps table, the dice, let's -- what is going to happen to remove the charles: markets of pretty strong. toyota sales just came in 26% up year over year. all these auto companies do well, yesterday on donation broke out huge. auto sales of the extraordinarily well. housing coming back, job numbers look not too good. between the markets and some parts of the economic reality. tell you what. never disconnected to hear now. [talking over each other] dagen: i am dagen mcdowell. connell: i am connell mcshane. dow 14,000 and we found out there were 157,000 new jobs created last month. just a small desk and twelve million people looking for work. we have guggenheim's scott minerd coming up on speeding up the recovery. dagen: the national debt and not a worry. not even in that country's biggest economic problem. that is a growing chorus in this country among so-called experts but are those stinkers not living in the u.s. but in fantasyland? connell: we will talk
are in for super bowl xlvii. it was the third most watched tv show in history. beyonce and the rest of destiny child they couldn't beat madonna's halftime show last year. stay right there. the budweiser commercial is next. ♪ stuart: it goes on and it gets better. joining us now is the man who made that ad, his name is mike burn. he's the founding partner of the new york based marketing and ad firm anomaly. congratulations mike. >> thank you very much. stuart: you got to me. >> that's good. stuart: you really did. you know, the slight watering of the eyes there. >> that was the point, yeah. stuart: you were looking to do that. >> yeah. stuart: you wanted that. >> absolutely. stuart: i want you to take us through the creative process. did you sit down with a team and just sort of just shoot it out, give me ideas, is that how it starts? >> it started with the budweiser team in st. louis. they sort of lay the strategic groundwork. stuart: that's budweiser. not you the ad agency. that's the client >> that's the client, correct. but we also work with them in that process as well. it was a very col
beyonce. >> yeah. >> yeah? and? >> she was hot. that was good. >> really? >> yeah, i thought so. >> wow. >> what did you guys think? apparently she did not lip-sync. >> no, i would prefer jennifer hudson and the sandy hook choir. >> that was amazing. i did see that. >> so moving. that was fantastic. and the game was pretty good, too. >> we've had some good super bowls of late. >> interesting game, though. it went one way, it went the other way. >> with 34 minutes. >> with 34 minutes in between. >> 34 minutes in the middle. >> so did anybody here pick the 49ers? i think we all picked the ravens last week. >> i did. >> you picked the 49ers? >> i did, didn't i? >> i don't know. >> i think i did. >> nate silver picked the 49ers. >> oh. >> did he really? i tell you what, nate is great when it comes to politics. he's had a rough run of it in football. >> let's get to politics. >> it was a great game, though. great country. you think about our childhoods, right? what could you count on? the super bowl would be a terrible game. >> i know. >> and we've had a real run, the last four or five super
? what's going on? >> that's exactly right. we're headed to the airport. i've got to get back. beyonce, very good. >> i've got to ask you about the game. let's deal what we're dealing with out of europe on the market this morning. how serious is this? >> i'm going to say not serious. i think the market needed a breather. i don't think europe is driving up anymore. [ inaudible ]. >> what would be on your buy list, cramer? >> we talked about the europeans. [ inaudible ]. >> we're having a hard time hearing you, jim. i want to find out, but we'll have to find out in person tomorrow what you did in the 38 minutes when the lights went out. >> i have to tell you, first you have no doubt they'll fix it. it is the nfl. now, it is new orleans. [ inaudible ] . >> jim, safe travels home. we'll talk to you later in the week. maybe tomorrow. depending how quickly you can get back. jim cramer in new orleans today. what a weekend he must have had. >> of course, as you know, lights out at the super bowl last night after an electric performance for beyonce. the power went out for more than a half hour.
. they want to know if sean parker is bringing beyonce. >> but he didn't. >> no. he brought john legend, much better than beyonce. >> michael dell couldn't be photographed with certain people. >> include john legend. >> the other thing i want to get at is job advice. should people still try to get jobs in finance? is that a good place to get a job? and if they actually want it, what are they supposed to do? >> i think first of all it's great we had a financial crisis because i think it stopped the die version of talent to banks. it should be other places, you know? it's the best talent kept going to banks because it pays so much, we would never get anybody decent in government, we would never get anybody decent in business. now people should only be going for jobs in the financial services if they really want them and they really are interested in it. when i was 13, someone taught me in this relationship between the rate of interest and the price of bonds. i was gripped. and, you know, if you were like that, come work in financial services. >> i'm the wrong person to ask this because i'm not
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